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Manual of Clinical Phonetics - Martin Ball

Manual of Clinical Phonetics

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This comprehensive collection equips readers with a state-of-the-art description of clinical phonetics and a practical guide on how to employ phonetic techniques in disordered speech analysis.


Divided into four sections, the manual covers the foundations of phonetics, sociophonetic variation and its clinical application, clinical phonetic transcription, and instrumental approaches to the description of disordered speech. Les mer
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This comprehensive collection equips readers with a state-of-the-art description of clinical phonetics and a practical guide on how to employ phonetic techniques in disordered speech analysis.


Divided into four sections, the manual covers the foundations of phonetics, sociophonetic variation and its clinical application, clinical phonetic transcription, and instrumental approaches to the description of disordered speech. The book offers in-depth analysis of the instrumentation used in articulatory, auditory, perceptual, and acoustic phonetics and provides clear instruction on how to use the equipment for each technique as well as a critical discussion of how these techniques have been used in studies of speech disorders.


With fascinating topics such as multilingual sources of phonetic variation, principles of phonetic transcription, speech recognition and synthesis, and statistical analysis of phonetic data, this is the essential companion for students and professionals of phonetics, phonology, language acquisition, clinical linguistics, and communication sciences and disorders.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 540
ISBN: 9780367336288
Format: 25 x 17 cm
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"This Manual of Clinical Phonetics is an impressive collection of chapters authored by distinguished scholars from various fields of phonetic sciences. In addition to providing a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of phonetics, capturing its inter- and multidisciplinary nature, it offers valuable insight into state-of-the-art instrumental techniques in clinical phonetics and gives phonetic transcription the attention it deserves, particularly in studying disordered speech."— Professor Vesna Mildner, University of Zagreb, Croatia

"The Manual of Clinical Phonetics presents work by experts and influential researchers, communicating key concepts in clear language while drawing on cutting-edge research to convey the direction of travel for the next decade and more. The breadth of topics presented in four well-organized parts, is comprehensive. What’s more, this manual pairs the core of the field (the foundations of clinical phonetics and phonetic transcription) with welcome explorations of variation. The manual also features a host of in-depth treatments of instrumentation, facilitating insightful quantitative and qualitative analyses." — Professor James Scobbie, Queen Margaret University, Scotland

"This volume skillfully infuses a clinical perspective throughout comprehensive coverage of the science of phonetics. It is distinguished by extensive content in the area of instrumentation, including cutting-edge technologies like real-time MRI and automatic speech recognition. The choice to place multicultural and multilingual influences on phonetics at the forefront marks this volume as an essential collection for the modern scholar of clinical linguistics." — Dr Tara McAllister, New York University Steinhardt, USA

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"This Manual of Clinical Phonetics is an impressive collection of chapters authored by distinguished scholars from various fields of phonetic sciences. In addition to providing a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of phonetics, capturing its inter- and multidisciplinary nature, it offers valuable insight into state-of-the-art instrumental techniques in clinical phonetics and gives phonetic transcription the attention it deserves, particularly in studying disordered speech."— Professor Vesna Mildner, University of Zagreb, Croatia

"The Manual of Clinical Phonetics presents work by experts and influential researchers, communicating key concepts in clear language while drawing on cutting-edge research to convey the direction of travel for the next decade and more. The breadth of topics presented in four well-organised parts, is comprehensive. What’s more, this manual pairs the core of the field (the foundations of clinical phonetics and phonetic transcription) with welcome explorations of variation. The manual also features a host of in-depth treatments of instrumentation, facilitating insightful quantitative and qualitative analyses." — Professor James Scobbie, Queen Margaret University, Scotland

"This volume skillfully infuses a clinical perspective throughout comprehensive coverage of the science of phonetics. It is distinguished by extensive content in the area of instrumentation, including cutting-edge technologies like real-time MRI and automatic speech recognition. The choice to place multicultural and multilingual influences on phonetics at the forefront marks this volume as an essential collection for the modern scholar of clinical linguistics." — Dr Tara McAllister, New York University Steinhardt, USA

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Part I Foundations of clinical phonetics









1. Articulatory phonetics for the speech clinician - Joan Rahilly and Orla Lowry












2. Acoustic phonetics for the speech clinician - Ioannis Papakyritsis


3. Auditory phonetics for the speech clinician - Elena Babatsouli












4. Perceptual phonetics for the speech clinician - Esther Janse and Toni Rietveld












5. Suprasegmental phonetics - Orla Lowry












6. An Introduction to speech disorders - Martin J. Ball












Part II Variationist clinical phonetics









7. Clinical phonetics across languages and dialects - Barbara M. Bernhardt and Joseph Paul Stemberger
















8. Cultural and multilingual sources of phonetic variation: Implications for clinical practice - Robert Allen Fox and Ewa Jacewicz
















9. Stylistic variation in misarticulations - Martin J. Ball, Orla Lowry, and Lisa McInnis












10. Analyzing phonetic data with generalized additive mixed models - Yu-Ying Chuang, Janice Fon, Ioannis Papakyritsis, and Harald Baayen










Part III Phonetic transcription







11. The nature of phonetic transcription - Catia Cucchiarini and Helmer Strik












12. The IPA - Michael Ashby and Patricia Ashby












13. Transcribing disordered speech - Martin J. Ball












14. Teaching and learning clinical phonetic transcription - Jill Titterington and Sally Bates












15. Transcribing: By target or by realization? - Martin J. Ball












16. Examples of narrow phonetic transcription in disordered speech - Martin J. Ball, Nicole Muller, Marie Klopfenstein, and Ben Rutter










Part IV Instrumentation







Preliminaries


17. The nature of phonetic instrumentation - Nicola Bessell












18. Recording speech: Methods and formats - Adam P. Vogel and Hannah Reece












19. The PhonBank database within TalkBank, and a practical overview of the Phon program - Yvan Rose and Gregory J. Hedlund







Instrumental analysis of articulatory phonetics







20. Electromyography -Jennifer M. Vojtech and Cara E. Stepp












21. Speech aerometry - David J. Zajac












22. Laryngoscopy and stroboscopy - Duy Duong Nguyen, Catherine Madill, Antonia Chacon, and Daniel Navakovic












23. Electrolaryngography/electroglottography - Chiara Celata and Irene Ricci












24. Nasometry - Tim Bressmann












25. Electropalatography - Alice Lee












26. Electromagnetic articulography - Pascal van Lieshout












27. Magnetic resonance imaging - Vikram Ramanarayanan and Christina Hagedorn












28. Video tracking in speech - Christian Kroos












29. Ultrasound tongue imaging - Joanne Cleland







Instrumental analysis of acoustic, auditory, and perceptual phonetics







30. Sound spectrography - Chiara Meluzzi












31. Pure tone audiometry and speech audiometry - Fei Zhao and Robert Mayr












32. Altered sensory feedback in speech - Liam Barrett and Peter Howell












33. Dichotic listening - Maria Gosy and Ruth Huntley Bahr












34. Perceptual phonetic experimentation - Grant McGuire







Speech recognition and speech synthesis







35. Automatic speech recognition in the assessment of child speech - Loridana Buttigieg, Helen Grech, Simon G. Fabri, James Attard, and Philip Farrugia












36. Clinical applications of speech synthesis - Martine Smith and John Costello
Martin J. Ball is an honorary professor of linguistics at Bangor University, Wales, having previously held positions in Wales, Ireland, the US, and Sweden. He formerly co-edited Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics and co-edits the Journal of Multilingual and Bilingual Speech, as well as book series for Multilingual Matters and Equinox Publishers. He is an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, and a fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.